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Organizing for Travel

With vacation time just around the corner, now is the time to start planning what you want to take with you. Many items are now restricted on airplanes, so you need to get a list first thing in order to know what is and what isn't allowed. There are a few things you can have ready ahead of time that will end up saving you valuable minutes as you're doing your final packing. Below is a list of some things you might want on your list. Most of these items, you can have ready to place in your luggage when you begin to add clothing, etc.

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Add to this First Aid list as you think of things you might or can use. Better to have them and not need them than the other way around.

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I print out several lists and keep one in every piece of luggage, noting which piece of luggage things are in when possible. You will not believe how much time this is going to save you in searching for what you need when you need it. Keep in mind that everybody's list is going to be a little bit different. Only you can predict what your family might want or could possibly need. You'll be adding and deleting from this list every year for the rest of your life, so don't feel that you need to carve it in stone.

By Julia from Boca Raton, FL

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Getting ready for a trip used to be such a hassle for me. Trying to gather up all the necessities, hoping I didn't forget anything, invariably finding out I did forget something. Then I decided to get organized.

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This is a travel organizer tip for in your suitcase. Go to the fishing department at Wal-Mart or similar store. They have small sized tackle boxes, plastic with sections on both sides.

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When my children were kids, we would visit grandma 3-4 times a year and stay for a week at a time. With 3 kids and eventually 5 kids, I found it a necessity to make a list of things I needed to take for each child to be sure I had everything.

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For small/short trips I lay out each outfit out, on the bed. I put shoes, socks, accessories, and even undies out for each day. I put each outfit on a hanger. Using zipper bags I put all my accessories and everything else in the zippered bag, then cut a small whole, and hang it over the hanger.

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April 2, 2010

To ensure items are not missed when preparing for a trip, I have a spreadsheet with all the items needed to travel, whether for winter or summer. These include personal and business items.

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March 21, 2019

An important first step when preparing for a trip is to make an all inclusive list of things to take along with you. This list can save you time and money. This page contains ideas and tips for making lists for traveling.

Making a list while planning a trip.

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